Charlie's Sneaker FAQ and Glossary - Q
This FAQ and Glossary defines a number of terms used in regards to athletic shoes, Charlie, or sneakers.
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- 1. What all athletic shoes make their owners...
or at least that's their aspiration.
- 2. In the Apostles' Creed,
the living (as in "the quick and the dead").
- A first-in, first-out data buffering arrangement. In the United States, only a software weenie would use this term, and only in a
professional context. However, in the United Kingdom,
even the most computer-phobic can wait in a queue... and it's also used in
Cream's song "Badge." The term, along with a
number of oddball spellings and phrasings from British English, turns up in
the highly addicting computer game "Roller
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